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Elizabeth Hubbell (Meigs)

Дата рождения:
Место рождения: Weymouth (near Plymouth), Devon, England
Смерть: Умер в Pequonnock, Fairfield County, Connecticut Colony, (Present USA)
Место погребения: Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States
Ближайшие родственники:

Daughter of John Meigs, Sr. и Tomasine Meigs
Wife of Sgt. Richard Hubbell (Immigrant)
Mother of Lt. John B. Hubbell; Lt. Richard Hubbell, Jr.; Lt. Samuel Hubbell; James Hubbell; Elizabeth Frost и ещё 3
Sister of Mary Stevens; John Meigs; Concurrence Crane и Tryal Ward

Менеджер: Karen Ruth Quick
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About Elizabeth Hubbell

  • Elizabeth Meigs Hubbell
  • Birth: 1631 Devon, England
  • Death: 1664 Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
  • Daughter of John and Tamasin (Fry) Meigs. Wife of Richard Hubbell, Sr.
  • Family links:
  • Spouse:
  • Richard Hubbell (1626 - 1699)*
  • Children:
    • John Hubbell (1652 - 1690)*
    • Richard Hubbell (1654 - 1738)*
    • Samuel Hubbell (1657 - 1713)*
  • Burial: Old Stratfield Cemetery, Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 10933229
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10933229

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  • HUBBELL, Richard
  • b. 1626 Worcestershire, England
  • d. 23 OCT 1699 Pequonnock, CT.
  • Parents:
  • Father: HUBBELL, Richard
  • Mother: WAKEMAN, Sarah
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 1650
  • Spouse: MEIGS, Elizabeth
  • b. 1635 England
  • d. 1664 Pequonnock, CT.
  • Parents:
  • Father: MEIGS, John
  • Mother: FRYE, Tamazine
  • Children:
    • HUBBELL, Ebenezer
    • HUBBELL, Mary
    • HUBBELL, John
    • HUBBELL, Richard
    • HUBBELL, James b. 1656 Guilford, New Haven, CT. d. 12 DEC 1656 Guilford, New Haven, CT.
    • HUBBELL, Samuel
    • HUBBELL, Elizabeth
    • HUBBELL, Martha
  • Family:
  • Marriage: ABT 1669 Fairfield, Fairfield, CT.
  • Spouse: GAYLORD, Elizabeth
  • b. 4 OCT 1647 Windsor, Hartford, CT.
  • d. 4 JAN 1687/8
  • Parents:
  • Father: GAYLORD, Samuel
  • Mother: HULL, Elizabeth
  • Children:
    • HUBBELL, Samuel
    • HUBBELL, Abigail
    • HUBBELL, James
    • HUBBELL, Sarah b. ABT 1676 Fairfield Co., CT.
  • Family:
  • Marriage: 1688
  • Spouse: Abigail,
  • d. 1717
  • Children:
    • HUBBELL, Joseph d. 1700 Fairfield Co., CT.
    • HUBBELL, John b. APR 1691 Fairfield Co., CT.
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_62.htm#23

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  • Name Elizabeth Meigs [1]
  • Family Richard Hubbell, b. 1627
  • Children
    • 1. Richard Hubbell, II, b. 1654, Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut
  • Sources
  • 1. [S2] Cole-Jensen Collection, Cole, William A. and Elwin W. Jensen, (Manuscript: Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984), binder 36, pedigree chart no. 7W-411, FHL microfilm 1,358,007.
  • From: https://histfam.familysearch.org//getperson.php?personID=I31201&tree=Cole

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  • History of the Hubbell family, containing a genealogical record by Hubbell, Walter
  • https://archive.org/details/historyhubbellf00hubbgoog
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyhubbellf00hubbgoog#page/n30/mode/1up
  • Pg.4
  • Richard Hubbell, the first man of the name in America,(+) was born in Great Britain, in 1627-8.
    • (*) .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyhubbellf00hubbgoog#page/n31/mode/1up
  • Pg.5
  • Of his early history nothing is known. The date of his arrival in New England has not been preserved, but must have been between 1645 and 1647,(*) for, on March 7th, of the latter year, he took the oath of fidelity to the government of the New Haven Colony.(t)
  • Like many of the inhabitants of Wales at the present day, (1880), he could not write the English language.
  • In 1650, he married Elizabeth,(+) daughter of John, and granddaughter of Vincent Meigs, of Dorcetshire, England. Her grandfather, (Vincent), was born in 1570, emigrated to America, and settled in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Was living in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1647. He afterwards removed to Guilford, and finally to what is now Killingworth, Connecticut, where he died in 1658. His will, dated September 2nd, 1658, was proved December 2nd, same year.(§) His son, John Meigs, (born in England in 1600), married Miss Fry, (sister of William Fry), in England, in 1630. Resided in Weymouth, Massachusetts, and in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1647 ; removed to Guilford, Connecticut, in 1654, and to Killingworth, Connecticut, in 1663, where he was made a freeman in 1669."(||) Was a tanner, had a large estate, and some books, of which one was a Latin and Greek Dictionary. He died in Killingworth, on January 4th, 1672."(T[)
  • In his will, .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyhubbellf00hubbgoog#page/n281/mode/1up
  • Pg.241
  • 1. 1Richard Hubbell, of Pequonnock, Fairfield Co., Colony of Conn., b. 1627-8, in Great Britain, d. Oct. 23d, 1699, at his residence in Pequonnock. See p. 4. He m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of John Meigs, Sr., of the New Haven Colony, Conn., in 1650-51. She d. in 1664-5, in Pequonnock. Had issue: 2. 2John, b. about 1652, in New Haven, Conn. — 3. 2Richard, b. 1654, in Guilford, Conn. — 4. 2James, b. 1656, in Guilford, Conn., and d. there Dec. 12th, 1656. — 5. 2Samuel, b. Nov. 6th, 1657, in Guilford, Conn.— 6. 2Elizabeth, b. Nov. 16th, 1659, in Guilford, Conn. — 7. 2Ebenezer, b. in Guilford, Conn. — 8. 2Mary, b. in Guilford, Conn., m. James Newton. — 9. 2Martha, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn. M. a second wife (her surname is unknown ; her Christian name was probably Esther or Elizabeth, for "E. H., 1688," is on her gravestone, in the ancient Stratfield Burying Ground in Bridgeport, Conn.), and had issue: 10. 2Samuel, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn. — 11. 2Abigail, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn. — 12. 2Sarah, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn. — 13. 2James, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn. M. third, Mrs. Abigail Walker (widow of Joseph Walker, of Stratford, Conn.), in 1688. She d. in 1717. Had issue: 14. 2Joseph, b. in Fairfield Co., Conn., and d. there in 1700. See p. 44.— 15. 2John, b. April, 1691, in Fairfield Co., Conn. Dates of birth and death of issue of Richard Hubbell the First, are from the records of the respective towns. The names of his issue (except 4. James, b. 1656), are from his will in this work.
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyhubbellf00hubbgoog#page/n282/mode/1up
  • Pg.242
    • Issue of Second Generation.
    • 16 to 18.
  • 2. 2John Hubbell, (*) of Stratford, Fairfield Co., Colony of Conn., b. 1652, d. 1690. .... etc.

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  • Record of the Descendants of Vincent Meigs: Who Came from Dorsetshire ... By Henry Benjamin Meigs
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=m640AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA7&lpg=PA7&dq=Vincent+Meigs+1658&source=bl&ots=CIqDcRXOH0&sig=7_vo_Lx2SvlWU1lfA2c4F4UXqaM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=XbpcVZ_DL9bioATb8oEw&ved=0CDcQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=Vincent%20Meigs%201658&f=false
  • https://archive.org/details/recordofdescenda00meig
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/7/mode/1up
  • No. 1. Vincent Meigs was the sole representative of the first generation of the name in America. According to early histories he came here with sons Vincent (2), John (3) and Mark (4), (born 1609-12-14) and the family of John, but it is not known when they sailed, nor from what port in England, nor on what ship. It is supposed, however from other statements regarding the family that they sailed from Weymouth, England, about 1634-5.
  • Vincent was born in 1583 App. 1-A ) and tradition says he married a Miss Churchill. He was evidently a widower when he came to America. The family are first recorded in this country as at Weymouth, Mass., in 1639. From there they went with Rev. Samuel Newman's company in 1642, to Rehoboth, Mass., and about 1644 to New Haven, Conn.
  • Vincent Meigs is recorded at New Haven, October 6, 1646, as neglecting to "trayn" on June 14, 1646, and was fined 2s. 6 p. "But if he bring proof that he trayned twice in one fortnight the fine is to be remitted." He is also recorded in the same year as being "an old man with only two children known to us."
  • About 1654, the family of John with his father removed to East Guilford, (Hammonassett) and there Vincent built his home on the property later owned and built upon by Sergeant Daniel Meigs, and which later house is illustrated on a subsequent page of this work. Of course the Vincent Meigs house had disappeared long before, but it is interesting to know that so long after his ownership, one of his lineal descendants was still in possession of the land earlier occupied by the first Meigs in the New World
  • Vincent Meigs died at Hammonassett, Dec. 1, 1658. His will, dated September 2. 1658, and said to have been written on his death bed, was probated December 2, following, and it is tradition in Madison that his was the first burial in Hammonassett Grave Yard. See App. 1, B.
  • No. 2. Of Vincent Meigs, Jr., his eldest son according to the dates given in the early history of Massachusetts, we have but little to record that can be considered as absolutely belonging tn him. Southampton, L. I. Town Records say Vincent Meigs contracted to build a mill at Easthampton in 1653, and was a resident of North Sea in 1657, where on June 2 of that year he is recorded as bringing "an action of debt and an damage against Philemon Dickenson, of Southold," "but not appearing to his actions nor any legally for him, is non-suited." These records probably are of Vincent, Jr., as that of neglecting to "trayn" may also be. The reference in New Haven to his father as being old in 1646, would indicate that he, Vincent, Sr., would not undertake such a contract in 1653 as that of the Eastham Mill.
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/8/mode/1up
  • But all we have of absolute proof as belonging to Vincent, Jr., is the record of administration on his estate given in Appendix No 2. This disposition of his property would show that he left no natural heirs, and presumably he never married. He died November 3, 1700, and the Court Record at New London shows settlement of the estate Dec. 17, 1700.
  • No. 4. Of Mark Meigs, born 1614, third son of Vincent ( No. 1 ), there is little to record. He appears to have identified himself closely with the interests of the family until some time after their removal to New Haven. His name does not appear on Conn. records after 1647. It was probably about that time that he went to Long Island, as he was granted a lot in Easthampton, but abandoned it before 1651. From that date to 1658 he resided in Southampton, and probablv married his wife, Avis, there, removing about 1658 to Huntington, farther West on the Island, where he is recorded m 1672, and his will probated there in 1673, leaves all of his property after the death of his wife to Samuel Lum, son of John Lum, of Southampton. See App. No. 4.
  • No. 3. John Meigs, 2nd son of Vincent ( No. 1 ), is said to have been born near Bradford, England, 1612, and married in 1632, Thomasine or Tamazin Fry, of Weymouth, England, sister of William Fry and Mary Fry, who married Walter Harris, (who came to America in 1632 on the "William Francis" ). It is conjectured that letters from Walter Harris sent back to England may have influenced the emigration of John Meigs and family, but there is no proof of this. See App. No. 3-A.
  • According to statement in Boston Transcript, date of August 22. 1900, the eldest child of John and Thomasine Meigs, ( Mary ), was born in England, in 1633. It is likely that the family left England soon after, and that all of the other children were born in America. See App. No. 1-A.
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/9/mode/1up
  • .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/11/mode/1up
    • SECOND GENERATION.
  • No. 3. John Meigs, was clearly not as puritanical as many of the early settlers, and this brought him into frequent friction with the authorities of Guilford also, See App. No. 3-D.
  • He must have been a man of education, as his will bequeaths manuscripts and books of a kind only likely to be owned by a person of considerable culture for those days. He removed to Killingworth several years before his death, which occurred there on January 4, 1672.
  • His will, dated August 28, 1671, indicates that his wife and all his children except Elizabeth, survived him. See App. No. 3-E.
    • GENEALOGY.
  • MARRIED. --------------------------------------------------------------------- BORN.---------------------- DIED.
  • 1632 No. 3 — John Meigs, son of Vincent (No. 1) m. ---1612. -----------------------1671.
  • Tamazin Fry, of Weymouth. England.
    • CHILDREN.
  • March 3. No. 5 — Mary, b. in Weymouth, England. ---------- 1633.--------------- April 30, 1703.
  • m. William Stevens, son of John
  • Stevens, of Guilford, Conn.
  • 1650. No. 6 — Elizabeth, probably born in America
  • about . ----------- 1635.
  • m. Richard Hubbell, of Stratford,
  • Conn.
  • No. 7 — Concurrence. ----------- ------------------ Oct 9, 1708.
  • m. Henry Crane, of Killingworth,
  • Conn. (App.7.)
  • No. 8 — John (at Weymouth, Mass.)---------------- Feb. 28, 1641. ----- Nov. 9, 1713.
  • 1668. No. 9— Tryal. ----------------------- 1646. --------------------------1690.
  • m. Andrew Ward, of Killingworth,
  • Conn., who was born in Stamford,
  • Conn.
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/12/mode/1up
    • THIRD GENERATION.
  • The exclusively American branch of the Meigs family begins with Deacon John Meigs 2nd, (8) the only son of John Meigs 1st (3), born at Weymouth, Mass., 1641, died 1713.
  • He removed from Guilford to Killingworth with his father about 1660, and remained there until after the latter's death. Having been given the farm at Guilford by his father (see App. 3-E) he seems to have returned there about 1671-72, and probably lived upon the place, cultivating the land, during the rest of his life, though his occupation was that of a cooper.
  • He was one of the twelve patentees in the charter of Guilford, dated December 7, 1685; was chosen leather sealer 1692-93; chosen deacon in the First Church of Guilford in 1649, and held office till his death in 1713.
  • He was buried on Guilford Green, which was the first burying ground, but about 1817 all the graves were removed to the newer cemeteries East and West of town, Alderbrook and Riverside. The gravestone of Deacon John Meigs, as seen in illustration, is now in Alderbrook Cemetery. His wife, Sarah, was buried in Hammonassett graveyard. See illustration page 16. App. 8-A.
  • https://archive.org/stream/recordofdescenda00meig#page/13/mode/1up
  • MARRIED. --------------------------------------------------------------------- BORN.---------------------- DIED.
  • Mar. 7, No. 8 — Deacon John Meiggs, of East Guildord, - 1641. ---------------------- 1713.
  • 1665. Conn., son of (3) John, of Killingworth, Conn.
  • m. 1st Sarah, daughter of William Wilcox, of --------------------------- Nov.24, 1691.
  • Stratford, Conn. (See App. 8-B. m. 2nd Lydia ----------------------------- Dec. 1727.
  • Crittenden, widow of Isaac Crittenden.
    • .... etc.

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  • An American Family History
  • Thomasin Fry Meigs
  • Thomasin (Thomasine or Tamazin) Fry Meigs was born on February 29, 1611/12 in England.
  • She married John Meigs (Meggs) about 1632 in England. John was born on January 29, 1611/12 in England. He was the son of Vincent Meigs. He was a tanner and currier.
  • The bequests in his will indicate they were a wealthy and educated family. He left substantial amounts of money and land to all his children. He left his books and writings to his son, John.
  • Their children included:
  • Mary Meigs Stevens (1633),
  • John Meigs (1641),
  • Tryal Meigs Ward,
  • Concurrence Meigs Crane, and
  • Elizabeth Meigs Hubbell (married Richard Hubbell).
  • Mary was born in England and Thomasin and John followed her sister, Mary Harris, to America soon after. The family first settled in Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1639.
  • When Thomasin's brother, William Fry died in 1642, he left Thomasin’s son, John “Meggs" a kid. They moved to Rehoboth, Massachusetts in 1642 with Rev. Samuel Newman's company.
  • About 1644 they moved to New Haven and admitted as a freemanthere. In 1648 John bought a lot on the New Haven Green. He ceded this lot to the town in 1658.
  • About ten years later he settled in Guilford. On March 3, 1653/54 he was admitted as planter at Guilford when he bought a one hundred pound allotment.
  • According to Stile’s History of the Regicides, it was John Meigs who rode to New Haven to warn the regicides.
  • They moved to Killingsworth a few years before John died. John wrote his will in 1671 and died on January 4, 1672 in Killingsworth, Middlesex County, Connecticut.
  • Record of the Descendants of Vincent Meigs: Who Came from Dorsetchire By Henry Benjamin Meigs
  • Vincent Meigs was the sole representative of the first generation of the name in America. According to early histories he came here with sons Vincent (2), John (3) and Mark (4), (born 1609-12-14.) and the family of John, but it is not known when they sailed, nor from what port in England, nor on what ship. It is supposed, however, from other statements regarding the family that they sailed from Weymouth, England, about 1634-5.
  • Vincent was born in 1583 and tradition says he married a Miss Churchill. He was evidently a widower when he came to America. The family are first recorded in this country as at Weymouth, Mass., in 1639. From there they went with Rev. Samuel Newman's company in 1642, to Rehoboth, Mass., and about 1644, to New Haven, Conn. Vincent Meigs is recorded at New Haven, October 6, 1646, as neglecting to "trayn" on June 14, 1646, and was fined 2s. 6 p. "But if he bring proof that he trayned twice in one fortnight the fine is to be remitted." He is also recorded in the same year as" being " an old man with only two children known to us."
  • About 1654, the family of John with his father removed to East Guilford, ( Hammonassett) and there Vincent built his home. . .
  • Vincent Meigs died at Hammonassett, Dec. 1, 1658. His will, dated September 2, 1658, and said to have been written on his death bed, was probated December 2, following, and it is tradition in Madison that his was the first burial in Hammonassett Grave Yard.
  • John Meigs, 2nd son of Vincent, is said to have been born near Bradford, England, 1612, and married in 1632, Thomasine or Tamazin Fry, of Weymouth, England, sister of William Fry and Mary Fry, who married Walter Harris, (who came to America in 1632 on the William Francis). It is conjectured that letters from Walter Harris sent back to England may have influenced the emigration of John Meigs and family, but there is no proof of this.
  • According to [a] statement in Boston Transcript, date of August 22, 1900, the eldest child of John and Thomasine Meigs, (Mary), was born in England, in 1633. It is likely that the family left England soon after, and that all of the other children were born in America.
  • .... etc.
  • Life of Josiah Meigs by William Montgomery Meigs published by J. P. Murphy,1887
  • John Meigs, the son of Vincent, moved from New Haven to the East End of Guilford, and later to Killingworth, upon its settlement, and died there January 4th, 1671-2, leaving a comfortable estate. His trade was that of a tanner and currier, but he was originally also a dealer in shoes and doubtless a shoemaker. In his latter years, he was probably only engaged in farming, and it seems that he must have been a man of education, for his will bequeaths manuscripts and several books, among others, a Greek and a Latin dictionary.
  • .... etc.
  • John Meigs had four daughters, but only one son, John, who returned about the time of the death of his father to the East End of Guilford, and died there in 1713. This second John had several children, the second of his sons being Janna. Janna lived and died in the East End of Guilford, was a captain in the Guilford train-band, and represented that town in the General Assembly of Connecticut several times: both he and his father, John, were coopers and farmers. He died in 1739, leaving a large estate and a large family. One of his sons, Timothy, graduated at Yale in 1732. Return, the father of the subject of this sketch, was Janna's fifth child and fourth son.
  • .... etc.
  • from Genealogical and Family History of Western New York, Volume 3
  • edited by William Richard Cutter
  • Richard Hubbell, the founder of this family, was born in England in 1627 or 1628, died in Connecticut, October 23, 1699. It is not known exactly in what year he emigrated. His first American record is of date, March 7, 1647, when he took the oath of fidelity to the government of the New Haven colony. In 1654 he was admitted a planter at Guilford, Connecticut. In 1662 he was tried for sedition against the colonial government, having joined Dr. Bray Rossiter in the signing of two political papers, which were offensive to the authorities of the colony. He afterward removed to Fairfield county. Connecticut, where in 1685 he was one of the proprietors of the town of Fairfield. His final place of residence was within the present limits of Bridgeport. He was a planter and extensive landowner, a leading citizen, and apparently had some knowledge of surveying.
  • He married (first) in 1650, Elizabeth, daughter of John and --- (Fry) Meigs, who died before 1673. Her grandfather, Vincent Meigs, was an original emigrant, who settled at Weymouth, Massachusetts, but removed to Connecticut. He married (second) but of this wife nothing is known, save the initial “E” on her tombstone, and the year of her death, 1688. He married (third) contract dated April I6, I688, Abigail, widow of Joseph Walker, who died in 1717.
  • Children, eight by first, four by second, two by third, wife:
  • 1. John, born 1652, died in 1690; married Patience .
  • 2. Richard, born 1654, died in 1738; married (first) November 5, 1685, Rebecca Morehouse, (second) October 12, 1692, Hannah Sillway.
  • 3. James, born 1656, died December 12, I656.
  • 4. Samuel,
  • 5. Elizabeth, born November 16, 1659; married Joseph Frost.
  • 6. Ebenezer, born 1661, died in 1698; married Mary Harris.
  • 7. Mary, married James Newton.
  • 8. Martha, married, April 24, 1687, John Wakeman.
  • 9. Samuel, married Elizabeth
  • 10. Abigail, married Samuel French.
  • 11. Sarah, died December 17, I726; married, June 25, 1699, Josiah Stevens.
  • 12. James, born in 1673, died in October, 1777; married Patience ——.
  • 13. Joseph, born in I689, died in 1700.
  • 14. John, born in April, 1691, died April 8, 1774; married, November 6, 1711, Anna Welles.
  • There were two sons named Samuel, each of whom married, and had descendants to the present day.
  • From: http://www.anamericanfamilyhistory.com/Fry%20Family/FryThomasinMeigs.html#JohnMeigs

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  • Genealogical and family history of western New York; a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation by Cutter, William Richard, 1847-1918, ed
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami03incutt
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalfami03incutt#page/1020/mode/1up
  • The Hubbell family, of Wales and England, is of Danish origin, not improbably descended from Hubba, a Danish invader of Britain in the ninth century. From this family the American Hubbells are presumably descended.
  • (I) Richard Hubbell, the founder of this family, was born in England in 1627 or 1628, died in Connecticut, October 23, 1699. It is not known exactly in what year he emigrated. His first American record is of date, March 7, 1647, when he took the oath of fidelity to the government of the New Haven colony. In 1654 he was admitted a planter at Guilford, Connecticut. In 1662 he was tried for sedition against the colonial government, having joined Dr. Bray Rossiter in the signing of two political papers, which were offensive to the authorities of the colony. He afterward removed to Fairfield county, Connecticut, where in 1685 he was one of the proprietors of the town of Fairfield. His final place of residence was within the present limits of Bridgeport. He was a planter and extensive landowner, a leading citizen, and apparently had some knowledge of surveying. He married (first) in 1650, Elizabeth, daughter of John and ---- (Fry) Meigs, who died before 1673. Her grandfather, Vincent Meigs, was
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalfami03incutt#page/1021/mode/1up
  • an original emigrant, who settled at Weymouth, Massachusetts, but removed to Connecticut. He married (second) but of this wife nothing is known, save the initial "E" on her tombstone, and the year of her death, 1688. He married (third) contract dated April 16, 1688, Abigail, widow of Joseph Walker, who died in 1717. Children, eight by first, four by second, two by third, wife : 1. John, born 1652, died in 1690; married Patience ---- . 2. Richard, born 1654, died in 1738; married (first) November 5, 1685, Rebecca Morehouse, (second) October 12, 1692, Hannah Sillway. 3. James, born 1656, died December 12, 1656. 4. Samuel, of whom below. 5. Elizabeth, born November 16, 1659 ; married Joseph Frost. 6. Ebenezer, born 1661, died in 1698; married Mary Harris. 7. Mary, married James Newton. 8. Martha, married, April 24, 1687, John Wakeman. 9. Samuel, married Elizabeth ---- . 10. Abigail, married Samuel French. 11. Sarah, died December 17, 1726; married, June 25, 1699, Josiah Stevens. 12. James, born in 1673, died in October, 1777; married Patience ---- . 13. Joseph, born in 1689, died in 1700. 14. John, born in April, 1691, died April 8, 1774; married, November 6, 1711, Anna Welles. There were two sons named Samuel, each of whom married, and had descendants to the present day.
  • (II) Samuel, son of Richard and Elizabeth (Meigs) Hubbell, was born at Guilford, November 6, 1657, died September 18, 1713. He moved with his parents to Fairfield when he was about five years old, and in this village he held several offices. He married (first) April 4, 1687, Elizabeth Wilson, who died January 4, 1688; (second) April 17, 1688, Temperance Preston. Children, all save one, by second wife: 1. Benoni, .... etc.

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Elizabeth MEIGS (AFN: 3S3N-XM) Pedigree

Sex: F Family

Event(s)

Birth: 1631/1635

Weymouth, Plymouth, Devon, Eng.

Christening:

New Haven, New Haven, Ct

Death: 1664/1665

Peguonnock, Fairfield, Connecticut

Burial: 1669

Pequonnock, Fairfield, Connecticut

Parents

Father: John MEIGS (AFN: 8VF2-5J) Family

Mother: Tomasine FRY (AFN: 8Q72-KP)

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Gerald Burke MARTIN (AFN: RTF3-3R) Family

Marriage: 1651

, Of Fairfield, Ct

Spouse: Richard HUBBELL (AFN: 8N07-MV) Family

Marriage: 1651/2

Of Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut

Spouse: Richard HIBBELL (AFN: 1T97-0BP) Family

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Хронология Elizabeth Hubbell

1635
1635
Weymouth (near Plymouth), Devon, England
1635
Weymouth, Dorset, England, Great Britian
1651
1651
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Guilford, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)
1652
1652
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Guildford, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)
1654
20 Август 1654
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Guildford, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut)
1656
12 Декабря 1656
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Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
1657
6 Ноября 1657
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Guildford, New Haven Colony
1659
16 Ноября 1659
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Guilford, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)
1661
1661
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Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony, (Present USA)
1663
1663
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Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut